September 28, 2021

Volume XI, Number 271

John C. Wheatley

John C. Wheatley represents banks and affordable housing lenders in real estate finance transactions. He acts as lender's counsel for complex multimillion-dollar multifamily new construction financings, acquisition financings, refinances, supplemental financings, and loan modifications across the United States.

Representative Matters

  • Representation of a major national lender in a $36 million Fannie Mae adjustable interest rate financing of the acquisition of a student housing complex in Columbia, South Carolina

  • Lead associate in representation of a boutique affordable housing lender in an $11 million FHA insured tax-exempt bond financing to fund the substantial rehabilitation of an apartment complex for senior citizens in downtown Cleveland

  • Lead associate in the representation of a major national lender in a $50 million Fannie Mae multifamily adjustable interest rate acquisition financing

  • Lead attorney in the representation of a boutique affordable housing lender in an FHA-insured financing of a 22-tract scattered-site affordable multifamily property participating in HUD's Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) program

  • Lead associate in the representation of a major national bank in a $27 million substantial rehabilitation/new construction financing relating to an affordable housing complex under development in Washington, D.C.'s Shaw neighborhood

  • Lead attorney in the pro bono representation of a local polling and research start-up during the negotiation of an office lease relating to a two-floor office space within the Securities Building located two blocks from the White House

  • Lead associate in the representation of a major national bank in an $85 million Fannie Mae multifamily financing portfolio located across northern Mississippi

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Articles in the National Law Review database by John C. Wheatley

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